Arts & Culture

The Imperial War Museum prepares to reopen its doors

London Live has been given a preview of what visitors will see when they finally return to the Imperial War Museum in Lambeth later this month.

The attraction will reopen on 19 May with a large-scale artwork by the internationally renowned Chinese artist, Ai Weiwei.

For the first time in the history of the building, the atrium has been given in its entirety to an artist.

The work, titled ‘History Of Bombs’ explores migration and conflict as a cause for the movement of people across the world.

Meanwhile the IWM Churchill War Rooms will take a closer inspection at The Blitz.

 

 

Tanya Francis 5th May 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationLambeth

  • NewsLondon embraces return of hairdressers, pub pints and high street shopping

    London reopening: What are the new rules for England?

    Tanya Francis 12th April 2021

    Read more
  • Arts & CultureJulian Bird on the challenges facing the theatre industry

    The Chief Executive of the Society of London Theatre has urged the next Mayor of London to consider the affects of the congestion charge.

    Alicia Edwards 27th April 2021

    Read more
  • Arts & CultureHow online play ‘Bubble’ aims to offer a theatre experience in our home

    Find out more about an exciting new play set entirely on social media

    Billy Potts 29th May 2020

    Read more